When the air turns frosty and “Jingle Bell” is aired everywhere; then it’s the time to decorate your house. When it comes to decorating your house for Christmas, your living room will be the centre of the action. You can leave other rooms undecorated, but not in your living room. It is the place where your guests and neighbours will be. Besides, it is the room that best represents your entire house.
Let’s look at the following Christmas decoration ideas.
1. Bright and Modern
When most houses are filled with traditional green and red Christmas colours, your house will be different from this look. No one says that Christmas decorations should be all red or green, right? So, why don’t you make your living room bright with lots of pastel colours? You can choose peach, yellow, pastel green, and a combination of white and gold colours. You will be surprised at how your living room looks.
2. Dreamy White
Christmas usually comes with snow. There are lots of beautiful movies at that time that makes your kids happy and dream of taking parts in the story. It will the best and easy Christmas decoration if your living room is all white. White will represent the snow. With some lights and sparkly accessories, your living room will look dreamy, clean, bright, and airy. Enhance the look by adding some soft materials.
3. Stick with Your Living Room’s Colour Palette
When planning to decorate your living room to get the feel of Christmas, you don’t need to overwork. You don’t need to replace the wallpaper and add some unpractical accessories. Keeping what has already been there acceptable as well. You only need to match the Christmas tree and its accessories with your living room’s colour palette. Christmas is not only about room decoration anyways.
4. Minimalistic and Playful Décor
Don’t have enough time to decorate your house? A minimalistic décor will do. Christmas will still come although you don’t have a Christmas tree in your house. You can still feel the holiday atmosphere by adding some small details. Put a candle on the table and some evergreen accents of a pine tree in the vase and on the wall. If you don’t think it’s enough, put a Christmas banner and some decorations by the chair.
5. A Cosy Décor
If your living room is the place where you spend your time the most, then you can make it as cosy as possible. A cosy décor does not need a big Christmas tree. One small Christmas tree by the couch will do. Make your couch comfortable by some Christmas-theme pillows. Then spread some green accents and pine accessories on the table.
Christmas is coming soon. Which of those Christmas decoration ideas that you want to have?
You may feel sad to see your garden at fall when the bright-colored flowers of summer are already gone. But, you don’t need to worry. There are many ways to keep your garden alive by planting a fall garden.